UD Top-10 Moments: No. 6 Basierak Cements UD Legacy as Four-Time All-IIAC
Jul 22, 2016
UD Top-10: No. 6 – Basierak Cements UD Legacy as Four-Time All-IIAC Honoree
DUBUQUE, Iowa - Senior outside hitter, Klaudia Basierak, became the first four-time All-IIAC honoree in the history of University of Dubuque volleyball and left her mark as the all-time school leader in attacks and second all-time in kills.
The Hainseville, Ill. native and former Iowa Conference Freshman of the Year in 2012, finished off her career by leading the Spartans to their best record (17-18) since 2007 and ended up Top-10 nationally in both total kills and attacks in 2016. Basierak concluded her career Top-3 nationally in career attempts, attempts per set, and kills among active Division III players.
Arguably the greatest player in UD history, Basierak also got it done in the classroom as a three-time Academic All-Iowa Conference selection and two-time CoSIDA Academic All-District honoree.
25.9% - Basierak’s record-setting 5830 total career attempts was nearly 26% more than the previous school record of 4321 set in 1999.
Rest of Top-10
No. 7 - Cameron Shere's stellar final round leads to first career All-IIAC men's golf honor
No. 8 - Tanasha Atwater concludes record-setting 2016 with All-American track and field finish
No. 9 - Stoltz Magic comes alive thanks to record-setting renovation
No. 10 - Alec Bass sets 5 school records and becomes first All-IIAC XC runner in 15 years
-Baseball First IIAC Tournament since 2005
-Men's Soccer Reaches First IIAC Tournament Title Game
-Women's Lacrose sets program single season wins record
-Arantxa Martinez claims women's tennis' IIAC Flight A Singles Runner-Up for second time
-Wrestling breaks duals single season wins record and brings on former Olympic gold medalist